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NBC
Sep 3, 2010 5:00pm EDT
to israel. >> who is on the show this week? >> we'll talk to lindsay graham from south carolina about the foreign affair challenges the president faces. also, david plouffe, he'll talk about the blueprint for democrats as they head into a very difficult mid material election season. >> like walking into a buzz saw. >> okay. thank you. "meet the press," 10:30 on sunday here on nbc 4. >>> still ahead, the chain smoking toddler has finally kicked the habit. >>> plus, fighting crime. the man reaches for a case of pepsi. >>> indonesia's smoking toddler has apparently kicked the habit. a or the clerk uses an unusual weapon to fight off a robber. and a fan take-down caught on tape at the u.s. open. we're about to do stories that make you say what? indonesia's smoking toddler has kicked the habit. his parents said they let him smoke because he threw tantrums when he was denied cigarettes. the video of the boy puffing away sparked international outrage and he was put in rehab. psychologists say he stopped asking for cigarettes after he was removed from his environment and introduced to more ch
NBC
Sep 21, 2010 5:00pm EDT
. >> lindsay sits down for lunch with nick backstrom. >> alex ovechkin is the obvious superstar on the capitols ross sister, but backstrom is really the glue for the team. after his first 100-point season last year, the caps signed him to a ten-year $67 million contract. backstrom immediately gave back to his parents who helped nurture his hockey career while growing up in sweden. as for his life in d.c. he's adjusting quite well. he met me for lunch at cafe milano. ♪ >> reporter: you're from sweden, but you sa it feels like you're coming home to d. you've only been here a few years. you really like the city? >> yeah, i do. especially when i signed a contract for ten years, i have to feel like home. no, it's good. i like it here, i like the people here, the whole city, so -- >> howifficult is it to get over the language barrier? you speak very well, i know it wasn't that way for you when you first got here? >> no, it was hard. it was hard. we have english in school, but i wasn't that good. >> really? >> i was kind of ke, it wasn wasn't -- was embarrassing to come here the first couple times,
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